Debbie Harry was “very emotional” at her 76th birthday party.
Blondie’s frontwoman was able to celebrate a special day with friends earlier this month, admitting that after spending a lot of time in isolation for a coronavirus pandemic, it’s finally “great” to meet her friends in person. I did.
She describes her “small party” as follows: I was very impressed and emotional about it.
“It was great just to be able to hug my friends and eat.”
The “Hanging on the Telephone” hit maker mourns the deaths of several friends, including producer Hal Willner, after dying at COVID-19.
She told The Sun: “Trageously, I lost some people to the virus.
“Including Hal Willner, one of the most talented musicians to date.”
Debbie is grateful that New York had such strong leadership, as he remembered that “New York’s statistics were staggering” in the early stages of the pandemic.
She states: “I am very grateful that Governor Cuomo is broadcast every night and is powerful, encouraging and honest.
“I was very fortunate that he confronted the political empire of Washington. He was fighting for us, the city .. When he was completely scared.
“My friend in London says it’s the same in the UK, but fortunately some people could leave the city and move to higher ground.”
The “Call Me” hit maker returned to the city’s Battery Park stage last month, a special moment for the star.
She states: “This is the day the Maskman date was lifted, and I will never forget that feeling.
“It was only 7 or 8 songs, but it was very meaningful to me.”
Meanwhile, despite her advanced years, Debbie has no plans to retire.
She states: “It’s essential to be creative and keep that part of the brain moving, and as we get older.
“I just want to feel that aspect of life and somehow contribute to my own well-being. Music is my vitality.
“And with so much support from my family, friends and fans, I can’t think of any other way. What else would you do? Become a racing driver?”
Original posted at pennsylvanianewstoday.com